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Views from Kentucky’s Sunday Night Football Camp


Kentucky brought more top talent to the Bluegrass for tonight’s primetime camp.  The weather forced the campers off Kroger Field and into the Nutter Field House, but it didn’t limit the action.

After watching hundreds of high schoolers compete over the last two days, there’s almost too much to talk about.  Before I gather my notes and thoughts from a busy weekend of football, enjoy the sights and sounds from tonight’s camp, one that featured quite a few SEC-caliber prospects.

Deajaun McDougle was one of the most impressive players at the camp.  A 2020 wide receiver with offers from Oklahoma and Alabama, McDougle took on the best DBs every single time, and usually won.  One of about 25 kids from Deerfield Beach, Florida, after reps a few UK freshmen from the area, Jamari Brown and Stanley Garner, were quick to offer advice.

The campers didn’t play at Kroger Field, but the stadium remained open so everyone could walk on the turf.

If the NFL doesn’t work out for Courtney Love, the linebacker will take up coaching. He spent the entire camp working alongside Matt House.

Vince Marrow chats with incoming freshman tight end, Keaton Upshaw.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

3 responses to “Views from Kentucky’s Sunday Night Football Camp”

  1. cats646

    Can’t wait till season!!

  2. peaches76

    It better have featured a LOT of SEC caliber prospects!!!

  3. My Dixie Wrecked

    What exactly is an SEC caliber player?